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Name

Dr. Victor Etim Ndum

Department

Public Administration

Designation

Research Fellow

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Victor Etim Ndum

Ndum, Victor Etim is a Research Fellow in the Institute of Public Policy and Administration, University of Calabar and has held several positions since 16th August, 2010 that he became part of the workforce of the university of Calabar. He holds a Bachelor of Science ( B.Sc.) in Policy Studies and Administration; Bachelor of Theology (B.Th.) Monroe; Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE); Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Policy and Administrative Studies and a Doctorate (Ph.D) degree in Educational Administration and Planning. He is an Associate member, Chartered Institute of Local Government and Public Administration of Nigeria; Member, Academy of Business and Retail Management (ABRM) United Kingdom; Member, Nigerian Association of Educational Administration and Planning, (NAEAP); Member, Research and Development Network, (RDN); Member, Nigerian Association for Encouraging Qualitative Education in Nigeria (ASSONT); Member, National Association for Research and Development (NARD); Member, Curriculum Association of Nigeria (CON) and  Member, African Society for Scientific Research. He has taught and evaluated students in the university of Calabar and National Teachers Institute. Dr. Ndum is a well-travelled, internationally acclaimed, respected and often quoted scholar, public speaker and author of several publications in peer reviewed journals. He has attended and presented papers in several academic conferences.  His current research is on e-governance and its implementation challenges in the Nigerian public service. He is also the Resident Pastor of Jesus Cares World Outreach and a World Crusader.His email is [email protected]


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Ndum, V. E. and Onukwugha, C.G. (2012).Overview of policy and practice of guidance and counselling in Nigeria and United States of America (USA): The role of computer technology. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Invention, 2(4).
Ndum, V. E. and Anam, B. E. (2012). Tourism Development and Employment Generation in Nigeria: Issues of Infrastructural Development and Sustainability. Education and Science Journal of Policy Review and Curriculum Development.1(1).
Ndum V. E. and Okey, S. A. (2013). Addressing the problem militating against the efficient management of the university system in Nigeria. Journal of Teacher Perspective, 7(4).
Ndum, V. E. and Onukwugha, C. G. (2012). Global mindset and sustainable development in Africa-A Synergy. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 3 (13) .
Okey, S. and Ndum,V. E. (2015). Moral Education : Panacea for Purposeful Leadership in Contemporary Nigeria. Contemporary Journal of Arts and Science . 4(2).
Ndum, V. E., Edem E. and Anam E. B. (2012).The Role of Intellectuals in National Development in the Third World-The Case of Nigeria. International Journal of Social Science and Sustainable Development. 2(1)
Okey, S. A. and Ndum, V. E. (2012). Underdevelopment in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria:
Okey, S.M. and Ndum,V. E. (2012). Free education: a right or privilege for the Nigerian child. In education for all, (Eds.) . Lagos, West and Solomon Publishing Co. Ltd. (51-65).
Okey, S. M., Ndum, V. E.and Nsor E. (2013)funding alternatives for education, the imperative of public-private partnership (PPP) and other sources; In financing education in Nigeria
Ndum, V. E. and Adejumo, T. O. (2012).The challenge of leadership in Nigeria: policy options for sustainable development. International Journal of Political Science, 4(1).
Ndum, V. E. (2012). Millennium Development Goals in Africa: a reflection on Nigeria. African Journal of Management and Administration, 5(2).
Ndum E. V. (2014),Employee motivation and job satisfaction in formal organization-a case study of junior staff of Cross River University of Technology. International Journal of Quality and Reliability Management, 11(38-52).
Udoye, N. R. and Ndum,V.E.(2014) Reinvigorating business teacher education towards self-reliance in Nigeria. International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences 8,(130-139).
Okey, S. A. and Ndum, V. E. (2015).Morality and the role of the church in curbing challenges in the Nigerian educational system. Contemporary Journal of Inter-disciplinary Studies, 2(2).
Okey, S., Ayang, E.E. and Ndum,V. E. (2012) Entrepreneurship Education in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions: A Bridge for Self Reliance and Sustainable Development. The Nigerian Academic Forum 23(1)
Okey S. M. and Ndum,V. E. (2015).Morality and the role of the church in curbing challenges in the Nigerian Educational System. Contemporary Journal of Inter-disciplinary Studies. 2(2).
Ndum V. E., Stella M O. (2015). Teachers' Involvement and Role in Climate Change Curriculum Development and Implementation in Nigerian Secondary Educational System. Modern Management Science
Ndum,V. E. and Stella M. O.(2013).Conflict Management in the Nigerian University System Journal of Educational and Social Research MCSER Publishing, Rome-Italy 3(8).
Okey, S. A., Ndum V. E. and Essien, O. E. (2012). Management of University Education for Job-Creation and National Transformation in Nigeria. In Managing Education for National Transformation.His Lineage Publishing House.(236-241).
Okey S. M. and Ndum,V. E. (2013). Early childhood education in Nigeria-platform for engendering sustainable peace and conflict prevention. Journal of reflective thinking, 2(1).
Ingwe, R. Agba, A. M. and Ndum, V.E. (2014).Natural Resource Abundance, Exploitation and Agitation for Resource Control in Nigeria’s Niger Delta: A Marxian Analysis. Romanian Journal of Society and Politics.
Ndum, V.E., Ebong E., and Paul Utulu (2016).Challenge of Sustainable Urban Development in Africa: Policy Options. Journal of Social Policies and Society,11(1).
Ndum, V. E. and Adejumo, T. O. (2012). The Challenge of underdevelopment in the Third World- the Need for Sustainable Deve;lopment.. International Journal of Advancement in Development Studies. 7(1).
Ndum, V.E.andOkey, S.(2013). Information and Communication Technology and the Enhancement of Quality and Accessible Secondary Education in Nigeria. Journal of Qualitative Education, 9 (3).
Ndum, V. E. and Anam B. E. (2012). Addressing the Problems Militating Against Effective Integration of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the Nigerian University System- Journal of Assertiveness.
Okey, S. M. and Ndum,V. E.(2013)Curriculum Development on Climate change in Nigerian University System-Challenges and Solutions.Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies(CON).20(3).
Ndum V. E. and Asuquo P. N. (2010) Extrinsic Motivation and Job Performance among Secondary School Teachers in Central Cross River State Journal of Counselling Association of Nigeria,4(4).
Ndum V. E. (2010) Intrinsic Motivation and Job Performance Among Secondary School Teachers in Etung L.G.A. Journal of Counselling Association of Nigeria,4,(4).
Ndum, V. E. (2013). Organizational Theory and Behaviour: a Guide for Students and Practitioners.Calabar Clear Lines Publications Ltd
 Ndum, V. E., & Okey, S. T.  (2015). Teachers' Involvement and Role in Climate Change Curriculum Development and Implementation in Nigerian Secondary Educational System. Modern Management Science & Engineering, 3(1), 21-31.
Ndum, V. E., Ebong, E. and Onukwugha, C. G. (2012). Library digitization-a panacea for educational development in Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 5(2).
Ndum, V. E. (2011). The need for Staff Motivation and Job Satisfaction among Senior Administrative Staff of Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH), Cross River State, Nigeria. In Issues in social and management science Research. 3(4).

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4. 2nd International Conference on Research, Innovations and Sustainable Development, Porto Novo, Republic of BeninExploring Research findings and Innovations on Sustainable Development2012-03-062012-03-09
3. International conference on Business and Economic Development (ICBED),. New York- USA.The conference geared towards efforts to strengthen businesses as well as explore new trends that could engender global economic growth and development.2014-03-242014-03-25
2. 15th International Conference on Development, Urban Space, and Human Rights in Africa. The University of Texas, Austin- USAThe aim of this conference was to bring together researchers to brainstorm on the Developmental issues bothering on Urban Space, and Human Rights in Africa2015-04-032015-04-05
1. 10th International Technology, Education and Development Conference, Valencia-Spain.The conference sought for a synergy on current and emerging innovations and developments in technology and the educational process, the world over2016-03-072016-03-09